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Jeff Elliott, CPA (KS)

CPA Exam NINJA. Licensed CPA (KS) with 8 Little Dependency Exemptions 😉

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Every testing window, CPA Exam candidates ask the same questions about the score release process. Hopefully, this will answer some of these questions: 1. What is the difference between the ?AICPA release? and ?NASBA release? of CPA Exam scores? 2. I see the term ?NASBA state? on your website. What does that mean? How do I know if I live in a ?NASBA state?? 3. I sat for my exam on _______. When can I expect my score? 4. What time of day do CPA Exam scores come out?   Video ratings are appreciated – jeff@another71.com

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I am definitely not your traditional student. After getting pregnant at 19 and married at 21, I never completed college. (To be honest, I never really started. I finished about 18 credits at the local community college.) Life continued. 4 more babies came along. I worked odd jobs, but never felt satisfied. Then a life changing event happened. We had relocated from NY to Pennsylvania for my husband?s job. We bought our first house, and then, my husband was let go with no warning. There we were, in Pittsburgh, with 5 kids, a mortgage and no source of income. I was able to get a full-time job in mortgage collections for the medical benefits, but it bothered me that I was unable to make enough money to support my family when I needed to. At that moment I decided that was never going to happen to us again. I was

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Yaeger CPA Review

    Today’s CPA Exam Question of the Day from Yaeger CPA Review Instructor Cindy Simpson, CPA, CMA, CIA covers Governmental Accounting for the Financial and Accounting section of the Exam. Yaeger CPA Review provides these exclusively to the readers of another71.com. 2009 Wiley FAR, Module 19 (Governmental Accounting), MCQ 44, Page 894. In December 2007, the general fund of Millard City received $25,000 from the state as an advance on the city’s portion of sales tax revenues, and it received $20,000 from property owners for property taxes to be levied in 2008. The advance payment of sales taxes represented the amount that the state collected in 2007 that would have been distributed to Millard in the early part of 2008. Millard used the advance to pay for expenditures incurred by the general fund in 2007. The cash received from property owners for property taxes to be levied in 2008

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